Offer No. 3 is in for Hyattsville (Md.) DeMatha cornerback Michael Williams. The 5-foot-11, 175-pounder pulled his latest scholarship on Monday.
"I know have offers from Maryland, Buffalo and Ohio," he said. "Ohio came in yesterday.
"It just makes me feel a little bit more comfortable that I got another offer. I still want more to come in. I am looking at it though."
A few other schools want Williams to camp this summer including two from the ACC.
"I'm definitely visiting Virginia on June 6th for camp and then I've got North Carolina on June 11th. I'm not sure if I'll go," he said. "Illinois is showing interest as well.
"All three said they like my film and me as a player, they probably just want me to do drills for them."
Football has taken a backseat to track for Williams who is rated the No. 1 300 hurdler in the state.
"I've got outdoor nationals on June 15th," he said. "I just had championships recently and finished second overall in the 300 hurdles. I also helped our team win the 4x4 and 4x2.
"Being ranked No. 1 keeps motivating me. I want to be ranked in the top 50 in the nation and then down to top 25 and top 10."
Williams confirmed track will play a big part in his college decision as he plans to participate in both sports at the next level.